Vinesh has been training in Europe since the end of April and is scheduled to depart for Tokyo from his current training base in Hungary on July 26 along with personal trainer Woller Akos. Her women’s 53kg freestyle competition begins on August 5. Vinesh has trained in Poland, Estonia and Hungary for the Olympics and, in her previous 40-day European leg in December-February, the medal contender had trained in Hungary and Poland.
Throughout your exhibition trips, Poornima continued to be part of the Vinesh support team. Coach Akos has already been officially accredited and will remain at the Athletes’ Village. Poornima’s name was not part of the official contingent list shared by the National Olympic Committee (IOA) with the Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee (OC).
Vinesh’s last minute demand for Poornima’s accreditation has put IOA and SAI officials in a tough spot as it is a new headache for contingent members in the Villa. Vinesh believes that Poornima’s presence would be crucial during his training sessions in Tokyo. Vinesh has been known to demand an immediate response to his request as, if approved, his physiotherapist would need to take an RT-PCR test for Covid-19 in Hungary and compulsorily upload his test report 72 hours before departure. of Tokyo in the organization. committee health monitoring app (OCHA). In case your claim is rejected, Poornima will return to India.
On the Manika issue, it has become known that it has been actively pursued with the CO and that the enhanced Paranjape accreditation could be issued before Manika’s opening round matches on Saturday. He will allow Paranjape to sit at the table in Manika’s training corner.